DUBAI, Nov 25 (Reuters) - Stock markets in Saudi Arabia and Egypt fell in early trade on Tuesday while funds tracking MSCI 's emerging markets index started buying several stocks in the United Arab Emirates and Qatar ahead of scheduled adjustments to the benchmark.
DUBAI, Nov 25 (Reuters) - Funds tracking MSCI 's emerging markets index are likely to start buying several stocks in the United Arab Emirates and Qatar that will see their benchmark weightings increased after the end of trading on Tuesday.
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Nov 11 (Reuters) - A change in the way publicly traded companies are categorized will result in the creation of a separate real estate sector, bringing the number of Global Industry Classification Standard sectors to 11, S&P Dow Jones Indices and MSCI said.
* Huge jump in turnover eases MSCI concern about liquidity